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, jan, where are you now? >> reporter: well, scott we're here at columbus,, ohio. over the weekend i was talking with one of his senior advisors and i said "what do you have planned in these final days?" hd he had a one-word answer and e said "praying." he laughed and said it with a smile but it reflected the underlying tension and uncertain aiy a race that could not be any closer. >> if you believe we can do better and if you believe america should be on a better course and if you're tired of being tired then i ask you to vote and work for real change. h theporter: with the campaign in its final hours, romney's hitting four tossup states today fter a weekend of crisscrossing ountrountry as he tries to close t ththe race with the win. >> this is much more than our moment, it's america's moment of s momen and purpose and optimism and we've journeyed far and wide greats great campaign for ica'sca's future and now we're almost home. one final push is going to get us there. >> reporter: romney is still expressing confidence, but in thio yesterday he acknowledged ngth a touch of humor th
the statehouse in columbus. you know, ohio started voting early, five weeks ago and 1,787,000 people took advantage of that opportunity, the highest number in the state's history. we noticed today as well that a lot of people are casting provisional ballots, they go to people whose address doesn't match their registration or who requested an absentee ballot from the state but never got around to sending it back in. those provisional ballots could provide a dilemma because they need to be validated and they are not counted until november 17 so a close race could keep us waiting around for several days after the election and that could provide a window of opportunity for lawyers who are descending on this state, scott, and may see this race go into the courts. >> pelley: and ohio could very well tip the balance for one candidate or the other tonight, dean. thank you very much. virginia, the birthplace of eight american presidents, has 13 electoral votes. the polls close in the commonwealth of virginia at the top of the hour and wyatt andrews is there tonight. wyatt? >> reporter: scott, this
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